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ROSTER Ü8
-OF
BUTTE TRADE UNIONS
Bow Trades and Labor Council
•ts every Tuesday evening at 8 p. m„
Hull. Charles Malloy,
Silver
at Carpenters _ _ _
; Harry Grimes, Sec.; P. O. Box
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Butte Stationary Engineers' Union No. 83,
I. U. of M. M. and S. W. Office and
hall, second floor Carpenters' Union Hall.
Meets every Wednesday at 7:30 p. in.
j. C. Whlteley, Pres.; Frank McHugh.
Vice Pres. ; H. Weldenbach, Recording
Sec. ; James Combo. Business Agent. P.
O. Box 229.
Men's Union—John Vickers
Meets every
Street C
Pres.; Newell I>. Evans, Sec.
first and third Wednesday at 11 a. m.,
at Musicians' Hall, 41% N. Main St.
Teamsters' Union meets every Thursday
night at Union Headquarters Hall. «1%
East Park Street. P. J. Connors, Busl
Agent ; W. J. McIntosh, Financial
etary. P. O. Box 1114.
Sec
Plumbers and Steamfitten. No. 41. U. A.
Meets Mondays at Carpenters' Union Hall
. AI Camltach, Pres.; Frank
at 8 p.
Rooney, Financial Sec.; John Caddy, Re
cording See.; S. J, Perry, Treas, P. O.
Box 740.
Musicians' Union, No, 241. Meets third
Tuesday each month at 41% North Main
St. Howard R. Rich, Pres. ; Earl Sim
mons, Sec.-Treas., 41% N. Main Street.
Butte Workingmen's Union. P. L. U.. 1298o.
A. F. of L. Meets every Monday evening
at 7:30, Union Headquarters, 71% East
Park St. C. L. Williams, Secretary.
Local 333, A. M. C. & B. W. of N. A.
Meets second and fourth Thursdays at 8
o'clock, at Eagles' Hall. Ben Ronehutto.
Pres.; J. H. Peck, Financial Sec.; Chas.
S. Young, Secretary and Business Agent.
Women's Protective Union. Teresa Thea
bold, Pres.; Lena Mattauscb, Sec.-Treas.;
Bridget Shea. Business Agent. Phone
5758. Meets first and third Fridays at
1 p. m. ; second and last Fridays, 8:30
p. m., Carpenters' Hull.
Butte Miners' Union, No. 1, I. U. M. M. &
S. W., affiliated with the A. F. of L.
Meets Sundays at 8 p. in.. at Carpenters'
Union Hall, Room 1. Office open every
evening from 7 to 8 o'clock. Lew J. Mc
Lenegan, Financial Secretary.
International Brotherhood of Electrical
Workers, No. 05, Butte. Meets every
Friday night, third floor Carpenters'
Union Hall at 7:30 p. m. Joe Reardon,
Pres.; Clem Burkhard, Recording Sec.;
W. C. Medhurst, Financial Sec. P. O.
Box 840. Financial Secretary's office,
1st floor of Carpenters' Hall.
' Union of North America,
Sheep Shea
No. 1, affiliated with A. F. of L. Head
quarter«, 554 S. Main. A. A. E
Phone 2-1893.
p. o!
Box 142Z.
Painter«' and Paperhangers' Local No. 720.
Meets at Eagles Hall. Lewlsobn Block,
every Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. E.
L. Boat, Financial Sec., 818 West Quartz
SI.; H. C. Holland, Recording Sec., 720 S.
Alabama St.. Phone 2-1300. Club Room
and Office at K. P. Hall, 120 South Main
Street.
Butte Theatrical Stage Employes and Mov
ing Picture Operators, No. 94. Meets
■ond Tuesday of each month at 11:30
p. in. at Union Hall. Joe Levesey, Pres. ;
A. E. Elge, Vlce-Pres. ; L. G. Farmer,
Financial Sec,; Ed. Curran. Recording
Sec.; Earl Wiles, Busl
tana Hotel, Phone 2-3427.
Agent, Mon
Cooks
«1 Walters. J. J. Colllgan, Pres. ;
Win. Palmer, Business Agent; Frank
Murray. See. and Treas. Meets first and
third Thursdays, 8:00 p.
Hall.
.. Teamsters'
Butte Typographical Union. Meets sec
ond Sunday In each month at Carpenters'
Union Hall. West Granite St. J. P. Bart
ley, Pres., Grand Hotel ; J. Clark Hether
ington, Sec,, 1858 Texas Avei
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of LOUISE KITSCHEN (Mrs. Lou
ise P. Fltsehen), De««'nsed.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, Administrator of the estate of
Louise Fltsehen (Mrs. Louise P. Fltsehen),
deceased, to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against the said de
< «*ased, to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within ten months after the
first publication of this notice, to the
said administrator at his office, 714 Metals
Bank Bldg., southwest corner Main and
Park streets, Butte. Montana, the same
being the place for the transaction of the
said estate, In the County of
Sliver Bow, State of Montana.
EARL F. FITSCHEN,
Administrator of the Estate of
Louise Fltsehen, (Mrs. Louise P.
Fltsehen), Deceased,
Dated, Butte. Montana, this 25th day
of October. 1932.
First publication Oct. 27—4t.
busl ne
SUMMONS.
In the District Court of the Second Judi
cial District of the State of Montana, In
and for the County of Silver Bow.
LILLIAN L. SCHUSTER. Plaintiff, vs.
ALBERT B. SCHUSTER, Defendant.
The State of Montano sends greetings to
the above-named defendant:
You are hereby summoned to answer the
complain In this action, which Is filed In
the office of the Clerk of this Court, a
copy of which Is herewith served upon
you, and to file your answer and serve
a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attor
ney within twenty days after the servie«?
of (his summons, exclusive of the day of
service; and 1
appe
against y
manded In the complaint.
The plaintiff for a cause of action al
leges in her complaint: that you and the
plaintiff Intermarried at Great Falls. Mnn
about the 26th day of April.
n a resident of the
of your failure to
answer, Judgment, will be taken
by default for the relief de
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1910; that she has bee
State of Montana for more than one year
immediately preceding the 20th day of
October, 1932, the date of the commence
nt of this action; that
4th day of June, 1930. you voluntarily
separated yourself from the plaintiff, with
Intent on y
her, and that you ever since sold date have
wilfully and without cause deserted anil
abandoned the plaintiff, and that yon
have continued to live separate and apart
from her ever since said «late, against her
will and without her consent. That she
be given the custody and control of Bill
Schuster and Burton Schuster, minor sons,
the Issue of said marriage. The plaintiff
prays for a decree of absolute dlv
and the custody and control of said Bill
Schuster and Burton Schuster, minor sons
of plaintiff and defendant.
Witness my hand and the s«»al of snl«l
Court this 201 h «lay of October, 1932.
F. P. KELLY, Clerk.
By P. H. Sullivan, Deputy Clerk.
or about the
part to desert and abandon
(Court Seal)
BINNAR'D & RODGER.
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
88-89 Owsley Bldg., Butte. Montana.
First publication Oct. 27—4t.
SHERIFF'S SALE
Under Executi«
JOSEPH FARONI. Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH
P. McNAMAKA. et al.. Defendants.
To bo sold at Sheriff's Sale on the 18th
«lay of November, A. D. 1932, at 2:45
o'clock p. in., at the front door of the
Silver Bow County Court House. City of
Butte. County of Silver Bow. State of Mon
tana. the following described real property,
to-wlt :
AH of the right, title, and interest of
each and all of the ht reinafter-uameil de
fendants In and to that certain patented
Lode Mining Claim dea«Tlbed as follows:
Survey No. 1308, Lot No. 300 Stanislas
Lode Claim, Patented, Silver Bow 'County,
Montana.
The names of the heirs before mentioned
•: Joseph P. McNamara and Lena Mc
Namara, Ids wife; Catherine McNa
Vincent II. Connole and Margaret Connole.
his wife; G«*nevu E. Connole.
E. Duggan; Francis H. Connole. Zltn Hulll
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Bridget McNamara, Daniel W. Connole.
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*al property described In the
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plaintiff's title thereto, whether such clal
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including any claim or possible clai
dower, incohat« 1 or accrued.
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Sheriff. Silver B
By Bernard Barde, Deputy Sheriff.
Dated October 27. A. D. 1932.
First publication Oct. 27—4t.
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SHERIFF'S SALE
Under Execution.
F. N. DAVIES and M. H. JERRIAM.
partners, Plaintiffs, vs. EUREKA HAL
TONEY. also known
BRIGHT, Defendant.
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the 18th
day of November. A. D. 1932, at 2 o'clock
p. m.. at the front door of (he Sliver Bow
County Court House, City of Butte, County
of Silver Bow. State of Montana, the fol
lowing described real property, to-wit :
Lot number two (2) Block eleven (11)
of the Leggat and Foster Addition to (ho
City of Butte, Montana, also designated
638 East Park street, Butte, Montana ;
said property stands on the records of
the Clerk and Recorder's office of Silver
Bow County. Montana, In the name of
Howard P. Bright; (hat said
Bright Is the wife of Howard Bright, de
ceased. and Is the sole devisee under the
wlllfof said deceased.
LAWRENCE WEIR,
Sheriff, Silver Bow County, Montana.
By Bernard Barde,

Deputy Sheriff.
Dated October 27, A. I). 1932.
First publication Oct. 27—4t.
SHERIFF'S SALE
Under Execution.
MRS. SUITA LA. Plaintiff, vs. TERESA
HOPE am! A. G. LECKE, Defendants.
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the 18th
«lay of November, A. D. 1932, at 2:30
o'clock p. in., at the front door of the
Silver Bow County Court House, City of
Butte, County of Silver Bow, State of
Montana, the following described real
property, to-wlt:
Lots fifteen (15) and sixteen (10) in
Block twenty-eight (28) of the Daly Addi
tion to the City of Butte, Montana, ;:c
eordlng to the official plat and survey
thereof on file and of record In tbe office
of the County Clerk and Recorder of Sil
ver Bow County, Montana, and standing
In the name of A. G. Lecke.
LAWRENCE WEIR,
Sheriff, Silver Bow County, Montana.
By Bernard Barde, Deputy Sheriff.
Dated October 27. A. D. 1932.
First publication Oct. 27—4t.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estât«* of NELLIE DOULL, De«oa«ed.
Notice Is hereby given by the under
signed, administrators of the estate of
N«*llle Doull, deceased, to the creditors of
and all persons having claims against
the said deceased, to exhibit them, with
the necessary vouchers, within four months
after the first publication of this notice
to the said administrators at Room 63, Hlr
bour Bldg., the office of M. J. Cavanaugh,
attorney for said estate, the same being
the place for the transaction of the busi
ness of said estate, In the County of Silver
Bow, State of Montana.
ALICE V. DOULL,
ARTHUR DOULL,
Administrators of the Estate of
Nellie Doull, deceased.
Dated, Butte, Montana, this 1st day of
November. 1932.
First publication Nov. 3—4t.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
No. 84172.
In the District Court of the Second Judi
cial District of the State of Montana, In
and for the County of Silver Bow.
MILDRED MEIER. Plaintiff, vs. HER
MAN L. MEIER. Defendant.
The State of Montana sends greetings to
the above named Defendant :
You
complaint In this action, which is filed
In the office of the clerk of this court,
a copy of which Is herewith served upon
you, and to file your ausw
a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attor
ney within twenty days after the service
of this summons, exclusive of the day of
Mce; and In case of your failure to op
answer, Judgment will be taken
î hereby smnoned to answ'er the
and serve
pear
against you by default for the relief de
manded in this complaint. That the na
ture of the action brought against you by
the plaintiff Is
Plaintiff alleges In the complaint; that
you and she Intermarried at Deer Lodge,
Montana, on March 7th, 1922, and ever
since have been and
follows :
are husband and
wife, that she has been a resident of this
state for more than one year Immediately
next preceding the commencement of this
chlbl the
action, and that there Is
Issue of the marriage, a daughter, Lou
Ann Jean Meier; that for more than one
year lmm«*dlately preceding the filing of
the complaint, you have been guilty of
extreme cruelty at and toward her and
caused her grievous mental suffering. In
that you have consorted with other women
habitually, and have frequently left her
alone for several days and night while so
consorting with other women, that you
have no affection for her, and that such
acts have caused her great shame, humili
ation and disgrace and have seriously nf
fecte«l her health, that such acts have de
feated the proper and legitimate objects of
läge, and have destroyed the peace of
mind and happiness of plaintiff, and
ders the continuance of the marriage rela
tion perpetually unreasonable and Intol
erable; that by r«*ason of your nets she
has been compelled to leave her home and
live separate and apart from you, that she
has the minor child In her custody, that
she Is a fit and proper person to have the
■ and custody and control of the said
child, and that she desires that you pay
her $10 per week for the c
and mainte
that the bonds of
dissolved, and that she be granted a di
vorce absolute from you, that she be
granted the
the said minor child of said
that you be require«! to pay the sum of
$10 per week for the care, support and
maintenance of the said child, and for
such other relief as may be Just and
«'qultable, all of which more fully appears
from my verified complaint
office of the clerk of the above entitled
court to which reference Is hereby partic
ularly had.
. support
ie of said child. She prays
trlmony be forever
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my hand and the seal of the
said court, this 27th day of January, 1932.
(Court S.*al)
P. P. KELLY, Clerk.
Bv P. H. Sullivan, Deputy Clerk.
K. LEWIS BROWN. Attorney-at-Law,
102-8 U. 8. Building, Butte. Montana,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
First publication Nov. 3—4t.
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SHERIFF'S SALE
Under Dec
UNITED STATES BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION, a corporation, Plaintiff,
vs. CHARLES H. HOI DA, ANNA S.
HOI DA. his wife; ADELINE HOIDA,
ADELINE HOIDA as administratrix of
the estate of A. J. HOIDA, alias AN
THONY J. HOIDA, deceased; LOUIS
HOIDA. MABLE HOIDA. his wife; OC
TAVIUS HOIDA, LAURA WHITE, nee
HOIDA; MAUDE FARTHING, nee HOI
DA; ELIZABETH WOOD, nee HOIDA;
RAYMOND HOIDA and CHARLOTTE
HOIDA, Defendants.
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the 1st
day of December, A. D. 1932. at 2 o'clock
P. M.. at the front door of the Silver Bow
County Court House, City of Butte, County
Bow, State of Montana, the fol
lowing described real property, to-wlt:
Lots Twenty-six (20), Twenty-seven (27),
Twenty-eight (28), Twenty-nine (29), and
Thirty (30), of Block One (1). Lenox Ad
dition to the City of Butte, Montana. Also
that portion of the surface of the Summit
Valley Placer Mining Claim, Mineral Entry
No. 3125, In the Southeast Quarter of Sec
tion Nineteen (19), Two. 3 North of Range
West., Montanu Meridian, which is par
ticularly described by metes and bounds
as follows, to-wlt: Beginning at the South
east Corner of Lot Twenty-six (20), In
Block One (1), of the said Lenox Addition
to Butte, and running thence South 23
degrees 25 minutes East, along the West
line of Florence Avenue 150 feet;
Soutli 00 degrees 35 minutes West, 8.3 feet;
thence West 108.1 feet to the center of the
alley extending South through said Block
One (1) of said Lenox Addition; thence
North 23 degrees 25 minutes West, along
the center or said alley 107.7 feet; thence
North 00 degrees 35 minutes East, along
the South lino of said Lot Twenty-six
(20), Block One (1), of the Lenox Addi
tion 108 feet, more or less, to the place of
beginning, together with the appurten
ances, tenements and hereditaments there
unto belonging.
LAWRENCE WEIR.
Sheriff, Silver Bow County, Montana.
By Bernard Barde, Deputy Sheriff.
Dated November 10, A. D. 1932.
First publication Nov. 10—4t.
of Sil
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SHERIFF'S SALE
Under Judgment and Decree
Pleadings.
the
MONIDAH TRUST.
. SILVER BOW CLUB BUILD
corporation, Plaln
tiff,
ING ASSOCIATION, a corporation, whoso
chartm- has expired; W. Mc C. WHITE,
EUGENE CARROLL. J. H. ROWE, M. C.
SM ETTERS. R. J. MncDONALD and J.
A. BROPHY. SURVIVING DIRECTORS
AS STATUTORY TRUSTEES FOR THE
CREDITORS AND STOCKHOLDERSOU
MEMBERS OF SAID SILVER BOW
CLUB BUILDING ASSOCIATION, a
corporation, and Sliver Bow Club, a
poratlon. Defendants.
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the 1st
day of December, A. D. 1932, at 2:30
o'clock P. M.. at the front door of the
Silver Bow County Court House, City of
Butte. County of Sliver Bow. State of
Montana, the following described real
property, to-wlt:
Lots numbered 10, 17. and 18, In Block
numbered 10 of the Original Townslte of
Butte, Silver Bow County. Montana,
«•ordlng
thereof
to the Official Plat and Survey
file and of record In the office
of the County Clerk and Recorder of Sil
ver Bow County, Montana, together with
all and singular the lands, tenements,
hereditaments, easements, and appur
tenances thereunto belonging or In any
wise appertaining.
LAWRENCE WEIR.
Sheriff, Silver Bow County, Montana.
«I Barde, Deputy Sheriff.
Dated November 10, A. D. 1932.
First publication Nov. 10—4t.
By Be
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEEDS.
Notice Is hereby given to John J. Mc
Hugh, John Andrew and Patrick F. De
loughery, and to the heirs of John An
drew, to-wlt: Mary Andrew, John T. An
drew and Mae Andrew Riley, and to the
heirs of John J. McHugh, If he be de
ceased, that the umlerslgn«*«! will
20th day of December. 1932, apply to the
county treasurer of Silver Row County,
Montana, for Tax De«'ds (by two separate
groups) to the following described prop
erties. to-wlt:
All of the "COYOTE"
'Cnyotte'). the "CLARA
"ROVER" lode mining claims, Sur. 9235,
Secs. 23, 24. 25, 20. Twp. 2 N.. R. 8 W..
58.135 acres: Amount required to redeem
Dee. 20. 1932, will he $98.21.
All of the "BIG SIX." the "MANHAT
TAN" and the "GOLDFIELD" lode min
ing claims. Sur. 9422, Sees. 23 and 24, Twp.
2 N., H. 8 W., 61.436 aires. Amount
nul red to redeem. Dec. 20. 1932, will be
$101.90.
Dated, Butte, Montana, November 17th,
1932.
the
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M. F DELOÜGHERY,
Applicant for Tax Deed.
First publication Nov. 17—2t.
SHERIFF'S SALE
Under Judgment and Decree.
SAMUEL HERMAN. Plaintiff, vs. ALEX
C. RODGER and GERTRUDE RODGER,
I »efendant -
To be sol«l at Sheriff's Sale on the 8th
day of December, A. D. 1932. at 2 o'clock
P. M., at the front «loor of the Silver Bow
County Court I
», City of Butte, County
EDITH BERKMAN IS
RELEASED
:
BOSTON—(F.P.)—Edith Berkman,
who has been held for deportation
for many months because of her tex
tile strike activities, has been
leased.
She has been suffering from tu
berculosis and her illness apparently
was either aggravated seriously by
her imprisonment or caused by it,
since she was able to work hard and
effectively for the National Textile
Workers Union before she was jailed.
Secretary of Labor William N.
Doak, who has become nationally no
torious for holding prisoners months
on the chance he might be able to
deport them eventually, had ordered
Miss Berkman held since she led a
textile strike in New England last
spring. Every effort has been made
by the International Labor Defense
and the American Civil Liberties
Union to bring about her release so
that she might be taken care of by
her friends, but to no avail until
just before election. It is believed
that constant exposure of Doak's rec
ord has caused a temporary soften
ing of his bitter labor-hating atti
tude.
In the New England district he is
ably seconded by Mrs. Anna C. M.
Tillinghast, immigration commission
er, who makes no effort to conceal
the fact she considers her job as a
strike-breaking job. She told Prof.
Colston E. Warne of Amherst Col
lege that she was only "jailing strike
leaders" for deportation. Her tactics
in the past have been to hold the
leaders in jail until the strike was
broken, then release them. But she
and Doak became furious over the
efforts to force Miss Berkman's re
lease, and held her for months.
Miss Berkman has been sent to a
sanitarium to recover from the ef
fects of the "Doak cure."
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Baker Admits 'Great
Drifting Mass' of
Homeless Waifs

NEW YORK—(F.P.)—"One of the
most disturbing by-products of the
depression is the great drifting mass
of human beings who are now roam
ing the highways and by-ways of
our nation searching for a foothold
somewhere," admits Newtcn
Baker, chairman of the Welfare and
Relief Mobilization, in making public
a report on America's homeless chil
dren.
Picturing the transients as a new
class of wanderers, the report goes
on to describe various groups among
them who have taken to the road
since the depression, in the faint
hope of finding work. "Whereas a
considerable number are boys under
20 years of age," comments the re
port, "one finds also in their ranks
expectant mothers, sick babies, young
childless couples and grim-faced mid
dle-aged men and women dislodged
from lifetime jobs. They present a
tremendous problem to the nation
and to the communities through
which they pass. Hitch-hiking, rid
ing the rods, sleeping in missions,
municipal lodges and temporary shel
ters, swelling breadlines everywhere,
they are found in all parts of the
country, and the question of how to
deal with them effectively becomes
a national one. Children who re
member no home and have never
been in school because their parents
have been constantly on the move,
are among this number, as well as
others who because of unemploy
ments have been uprooted from com
fortable homes and schools where
they were leading normal happy
lives.
"Not only are the numbers of
transients increasing each month,"
comments the report, "but their prob
lem has become more acute and dif
ficult because towns and cities are
of Silver Bow, State of Montana, the fol
lowing described real property, to-wlt:
Lot numbered Seven (7), In Block num
bered Four (4) of the Carte Blanche Ad
dition to the City of Butte, Silver Bow
County, Montana, according to the official
file and
plat and survey thereof now
•cord In the office of the County
Clerk an«l Recorder of Silver Bow County,
Montana; and the tenements, heredita
ments and appurtenances thereof.
LAWRENCE WEIR.
Sheriff, Silver Bow County, Montana.
By Bernard Banle. Deputy Sheriff
Dated November 17. A. D. 1932.
First publication Nov. 17—4t.
of
SHERIFF'S SALE
Under Decree.
JOSEPH ACTIS. Plaintiff, vs. FLORA M.
MARQUIS and S. I»
wise
Defendants.
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the 8th
day of De«*ember. A. D. 1932. at 2 :30 o'clock
P. M., at the front door of the Silver Bow
County Court House. City of Butte, County
of Silver Bow, State of Montanu. the fol
lowing described real property, to-\
The South Sixty (60) feet of Lot
bered Tw«*nty (20) In Block
Thr«*e (3) an«l tin* North F«»rty (40) feet
of Lot numbered Twenty (20) In Block
numbered Three (3) of the Empire Addi
tion to the City of Butte, Montana. Sliver
Bow County, according to the official plat
and survey thereof now on file and of
record In the office of the Clerk and Re
corder of Silver Bow County, Montana.
parcels of
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mbored
. MARQUIS, other
ns S. DAMASE MARQUIS.
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All of the foregoing pieces
land, comprising together all of Lot
bered Twenty (20) In Block
Thr«*e (3) «>f said Empire Addition. To
geth'T with all and singular the tene
ments, hereditaments, appurtiuiances. ease
•nts, wat«*r and all oth«*r rights belong
Ing nr in anywise appertaining thereto.
LAWRENCE WEIR.
Sheriff, Silver Bow County. M«»ntann,
By Bernard Bard«*. Deputy Sheriff.
. D. 1932.
Dated. November 10. A
First publication Nov. 17—4t.
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National Parks Airways
Between Great Falls, Helena. Butte, Pocatello, Ogden
and Salt Lake City
FLYING COST REDUCED-LOW RATES OVER
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J. C. PENNEY CO. Inc.
MEN'S AND BOYS' STORE—WOMEN'S AND MISSES' STORE
101 West Park Street
For Better Values and Lower Prices, Try Penney'*
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RED LODGE
CANNING CO.
RED LODGE, MONT.
Packers of
Montana's Finest
Peas and Beans
ASK YOUR LOCAL GROCER
FOR THEM
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determined to meet first the needs
of their own unemployed and to use
all available funds for that purpose.
Transients are often 'passed on' by
the local authorities from one place
to another with no thought except
to get rid of them as quickly as
possible, irrespective of their actual
needs or potentialities."
FABRICATED HOMES
AGAIN THREATENING
BUILDING INDUSTRY
WASHINGTON, D. C.—The en
gineering department of the National
Lumber Manufacturers Association
has completed plans for a five-room,
one-story dwelling, 24x36, composed
of 160 fabricated sections. These
plans are now under advisory con
sideration as to their practicability
and probable popularity by a dozen
representative lumber retailers and
as many manufacturers.
The plans are so worked out that
the parts can be built in any retail
yard or millwork plant which has
the necessary facilities. Erection of
the house consists merely in as
sembling the sections on the build
I ing site. The framework is not
1 segregated from the walls; in other
words the house is literally built up
from blocks. The sections or panels
are completely equipped with doors,
window screens, blinds and other
accessories.
The exterior finish may be of sid
ing, shingles or stucco; and the porch
and cornice work and finished floor
are to be applied subsequent to as
sembly of the panels.
The dwelling will have no base
ment, but a heater room with a
fuel storage space is provided on a
level about two feet below an open
ing off the kitchen.
If hot water
heat is preferred the panels will
provide for concealed radiators. The
cost of this manufactured dwelling
is estimated at about $2,600.
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$5 and Up!
To salary employed men and women
on their personal note, without
any security or endorsers.
CONFIDENTIAL SERVICE
With Low Rates and Easy Payments
Morris Finance Co.
201 Lewisohn Bldg.
Second Floor
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F. & W.
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J Grand - Silver Store |
; Bertoglio & McTaggart
Dry and Cold Storage
20,000 Feet of Floor Space
800 UTAH AVE.
. Phones 6526 and 6527
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IN BUTTE
AUCTION SALE
ATTEND GOODMAN'S
JEWELRY AUCTION SALE
SSM 1 AST PARK ST.
M. & M.
9 North Main St.
TOBACCOS, CANDIES,
FISHING TACKLE
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16 E. Park St.
Candy, Cigars, Soft
Drinks, Novelties
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Fry It in Butter
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Candy
Clifford's
11 East Broadway
Soft Drinks Novelties
4 NORTH MAIN ST.
Cigars, Tobacco, Candy
FISHING TACKLE
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COMPLIMENTS
BIG 4 CLUB ii!
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M. D. CAHILL
ROOFING
BUTTE TIN SHOP
Phone 2-2446
34 East Galena
Butte Glass Works
344 S. Main St.
WINDOW AND AUTO GLASS
ATTORNEY
Charles F. Juttner, 115 N. Main St.
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Buy from Union Dairies

? 301 S. Main St.
Phone 2-123«
CRYSTAL
CREAMERY CO.
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PASTEURIZED
MILK —CHEAM
BUTTERMILK
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QUALITY AND SERVICE
THE BEST. WE DELIVER
TO YOUR HOME
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Compliments of
MINERS
DAIRY
WE HIRE
UNION HELP
National Representatives:
AMERICAN LAHOR NEWSPAPERS
ASSOCIATION.
Executive offices: Pennsylvania Hotel,
39th and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.
New York office: Knickerbocker Hotel,
45th St. East of Broadway.
St. Louis office: 1000 N. Grand Blvd.
Washington office: Trades Unionist Bldg.
ROCKY
MOUNTAIN
CAFE
RAVIOLI DINNERS
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